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Cry Wolf and other Aesop Fables
(Oxford University Press, 1988)
This curious book puts together sophisticated stories with versified, many-sided morals and a strange art style. The latter can be provocative. Faces are done in a style different from the rest of the picture. Elements ...
Der Kuckuck sprach zur Nachtigall: Fabeln von Luther bis Heine
(Aufbau Verlag, 1988)
Pages 175-85 offer in a T of C an overview of the extensive contents of this paperback. There are a lot of texts here! They seem to be all from writers of German. Other than a list of sources there is nothing but texts. ...
Fabeln aus aller Welt
(Werkgemeinschaft Kunst und Heilpädagogik Weissenseifen, 1988)
This is a beautiful little book in landscape format. The color background of its left-hand pages is uniform; these pages serve to present the texts in each of the two-page combinations here. The twelve fables presented ...
Favorite Fables and Fairy Tales
(Bracken Books, 1988)
This child's book seems to overlap extensively with Favorite Fables, done by the same people one year earlier. There is no mention here of Amanda Atha, even though the texts I have checked seem to be identical. The fables ...